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STEVE ARMBRUSTER, Plaintiff, v. JOHN C. CAVANAUGH, Assuming that all of Arbruster’s...
STEVE ARMBRUSTER, Plaintiff, v. JOHN C. CAVANAUGH,
Assuming that all of Arbruster’s factual allegations can be proved, how would I write the opinion, as if I were the judge, saying whether Armbruster has a case and addressing both causes of action. Make sure to address both causes of action (i.e., both theories under which plaintiff Armbruster is suing).
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